MI Bare Copper Industrial Heating Cable - Raychem

Maintains Temperatures up to 200 °C


RAYCHEM bare copper sheathed (MI) series resistance trace heating cables are tailored for low-temperature maintenance applications, including long pipeline heating, condensation prevention, and ramp heating. MI Bare Copper Industrial Heating Cables are encased in a copper sheath, capable of sustaining continuous exposure temperatures up to 392 °F/200 °C, with typical power outputs reaching 20 W/ft (65 W/m). Additionally, they are approved for safe usage in hazardous areas.

These RAYCHEM mineral insulated (MI) series resistance trace heating cables, encased in a durable copper sheath, are specifically engineered to address low-temperature maintenance requirements, offering cost-effective solutions with simplified controls suitable for hazardous areas.

Raychem MI Bare Copper Industrial Heating Cable Features

Cost-Efficient Installation

Streamlines the total installed costs, providing an economically viable solution for low-temperature maintenance applications.

Lower Power Supply Costs

Initiates with lower startup currents when compared to alternative technologies, thereby reducing overall power supply expenses.

Simplified Controls

Series resistance-based current monitoring offers immediate visibility into critical circuits, ensuring easy control and management.

Fast Track/Expedited Service Not Available

Configured heating units do not qualify for fast-track or expedited services.

Raychem MI Bare Copper Industrial Heating Cable Specifications

  • Min Cable Spacing: 0.98 in
  • Max Power Output: 20 W/ft
  • Max Continuous Exposure Temperature, Power Off: 200 °C / 392 °F
  • Min Installation Temperature: -60 °C / -76 °F
  • Sheath Material: Copper
  • Area Classification: Non-Hazardous; Hazardous
  • Insulation Material: Magnesium Oxide

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